Let’s talk about the present and future of phablets.
Also: Apple will release an iWatch, HTML5 will gain traction and Android will go 64-bit.
As an indispensable part of the plumbing of the social Web, someone will want to own it.
Just imagine what ReadWrite will be writing about 10 years from now.
The fallout from major national and international regulations expected in 2013 threaten to change the very nature of the Internet.
IT administrators will finally start getting their heads wrapped around the cloud enough to start properly using it. If they don’t, cloud computing will be unhelpful and even an active danger for business users.
If 2012 was a year of “wait and see,” for small business technology, 2013 will be a year to “go for it.”
2013 will be a make-or-break year for Microsoft. Not so much from a financial standpoint, but for how the company is perceived.
Famous and fearless tech prognosticator Paul Kedrosky, a senior fellow at the Kauffman Foundation focused on entrepreneurship, innovation and the future of risk capital, shares his predictions for the startup world in 2013.
From Big Data to Gamification – these six tech trends are the ones to watch for in enterprise IT in 2013.
For perspective on how 2012 went for startups, we talked to Jeff Fagnan, partner at leading venture capital firm Atlas Venture and an investor in early-stage startups since 2000.
Beginning in 2013, traditional data centers will start losing their dominant status within the data management food chain, replaced by Big Data software solutions and lower-cost, ARM-based systems-on-chips.
In gaming, 2012 was boring, but 2013 is gonna be a little crazy. Good.
Get the real story behind Microsoft’s 5 big headlines of 2012.
“A device that feels muslin, smells kidneys and hears pebbles? Fascinating, Captain.”
With Windows 8’s radical departure in interface and mission, Microsoft has a daunting task convincing enterprise IT to move on from Windows 7, especially on the desktop.
We absolutely guarantee that every one of these predictions will come true in 2013 … unless, of course, things change. Then all bets are off.
Put away the cozy image of the little old lady knitting a sweater for the grandkids, or the distinguished gentlemen playing chess in the park, because the newest elder generation is not going to sit quiety in a rocking chair.
Due to its size and timing as the dominant generation during the spectacular rise of information technology, Baby Boomers…
Even as the battle rages over native apps vs. the mobile Web, the real question is already becoming “What comes next?” Developers are looking for ways to disrupt the so-called “App Economy,” especially as it pertains to Apple’s handling of the App Store. Assuming that the mobile Web’s cross-platform openness carries the day, as it has so many times…
While the SxSW conference is already a distant memory, some of us are still catching up on the recorded sessions. One worth listening to is a discussion by Gideon Lichfield, the media editor of The Economist, and Matt Thompson, the editorial production manager for NPR. The session covered What Journalism Can Learn from Science, and looked at…